Som Divers@s
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IES Camp de Turia in Llíria.

Esperanza Esteso Valladolid, and Javier Lafuente Bolufer,

To encourage students to exercise critical, responsible, respectful, open and creative citizenship in the face of social and cultural diversity.

This project seeks to improve the academic results of students, improve coexistence in the classroom and in the center, increase self-esteem in the students, improve their social skills and competencies, improve their autonomy and social responsibility, sensitize students and municipalities to diversity and integrate education for development and global citizenship in the center project.

To this end, good educational practices have been researched and demonstrated to be successful in the scientific community:

- Heterogeneous groups
- Service and project learning
- Dialogical gatherings

These good practices have been put into practice using the SCRUM framework and following the learning for development guidelines.
The proposed methodologies allow students to work on and learn from many cross-cutting themes:
  • Key competences
  • The Scrum Framework 
  • Education for development
  • Different types of diversity.

Partnership opportunities


As a volunteer in interactive classroom groups.

El Prat Occupational Centre

Municipal entities that work with people with functional diversity. We do joint activities. There they teach us how they work and we teach them things about computers.



Association that works with people with functional mental diversity. We do tasks in nature together (gardening, ecological garden, reforestation).


Civil association that works with immigrants. We participate in Spanish classes.

CEIP St. Vicent Ferrer, learning community

Primary school in which our students participate in the voluntary work of the interactive groups.


Association that works biodiversity with people with functional diversity.

Llíria Town Council

Collaboration in awareness-raising activities at the municipal level.

Also seeks to collaborate with other educational institutions in the region (schools and institutes), and create projects shared with them in the future.

Inclusion of the principles of RRI - Research and Responsible Innovation:


Students will be able to share their activities and findings with different stakeholders at local, regional and national levels using a bottom-up approach aimed at raising awareness of different types of diversity.

Public participation

Throughout the project different actors will participate in order to enrich the results obtained in its development.

Gender equality

Sexual diversity is one of the themes we deal with throughout the project, starting with the use of non-sexist language and the elimination of micromachisms in the classroom.

Scientific education

Students will work on the scientific method and its practical application in the different environments in which research is conducted on different types of diversities.


Students will know how to manage real data and will be able to know the importance of working and experimenting with this type of information, reflecting on the need to have complete mechanisms for scientific research.

Open access

Students will be able to develop these materials and share them openly and completely free of charge to all sectors that may be interested (such as the general public, families, as well as local, regional and national actors).


Keywords: Collaborative, dialogical, Scrum, project, planning, learning to learn, interactive groups, consensus, service learning, heterogeneity.
Learning Objectives: Improve coexistence in the classroom and in the centre. Improve students' social skills and competences. To increase their autonomy and social responsibility. Favour the development of critical thinking. Sensitize the students and the municipality of the
Rating: -/5
Näkymät: 2069
Kielet: English, Spanish
Students age group: 15 - 18, 18 - 25
Subject domain:
# of students participating: 50
Updated on: 14.02.2019


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